- Item Weight: 8 ounces
- Shipping Weight: 15.2 ounces
- ASIN: B003DZ166G
- Item model number: 515-1037-01
- Average Customer Review: 941 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank:
- Date first available at Amazon.com: July 28, 2010
Kindle Lighted Leather Cover, Chocolate Brown (Fits Kindle Keyboard)
- Light draws power from Kindle device. No batteries required
- Built-in, retractable LED reading light pulls out from the back cover when needed, and slides away to become invisible when not in use
- Stylish genuine leather exterior. Soft, grey, microfiber suede interior protects Kindle
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Our new design seamlessly incorporates a reading light into the cover, so you can carry your Kindle wherever you go and always have a reading light with you. Simply pull the light out to illuminate Kindle when you need it, and slide it away to be invisible when you don't. And since the light draws its power from Kindle, no batteries are needed.
The contoured, pebble-grain leather (available in 7 different colors) keeps your Kindle safe and secure, while the soft charcoal microfiber interior protects the screen from scratches. The cover is designed to fold back, so you can read comfortably with just one hand.
The built-in, retractable LED light pulls out to illuminate Kindle, and slides away when not in use.
Never Be Without a Light
A permanent part of the cover, the reading light is located in the top right-hand corner of the back cover. When needed, simply pull the light out and it automatically illuminates, eliminating the need for a separate power switch. To turn the light off, slide it back in to the corner of the cover.
Since the light is powered by Kindle's battery, no batteries are needed.
How It Works
The cover's hinge points are gold-plated, to ensure a reliable electrical connection. Gold is used because of its ability to make good electrical contact even with low force, and for its corrosion resistance.
On the Go
You'll never be without a reading light, and since the light draws its power from Kindle, no batteries are needed.
Amazon’s official Kindle lighted cover features contoured, pebble-grain, cowhide leather available in 7 different colors.
Read Kindle easily in the dark with Amazon's revolutionary, all-new lighted leather cover.
The hinge points are gold-plated to ensure a reliable electrical connection. No batteries required.
Read easily with one hand, with or without the light on.
Protect your Kindle on the go, and never be without a reading light
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The light does not work well. It can not seem to stay on. The lint from the inside of the cover sticks to the screen of the Kindle.
I strongly do not recommend waisting good US$59.00 on this product.
I love the convenience of the built in light, and I think the cover does a great job protecting the Kindle.
Yes, it adds a LOT of weight to what is supposed to be a lighter device. And at first, that bothered me. However, I realized I was not really reading that much at night, so I removed it and used a softer cover I had for every day use. BINGO, we have a winner.
If you read in bed, I'd suggest adding this to the Kindle at night...it's very easy to remove and will not damage the Kindle. This way, during the day (I do work and travel a lot so only read in the evenings), you can have this really lightweight and attractive device and in the evenings, the light you want.
I did notice of course that there seems to be unevenness of the lighting.
NO, REALLY? LOL...I mean, take out any light that you've purchased that clips on and tell me you get PERFECT even lighting!! IF you say you do, I'd like to know the brand, because I have TWO lights, and both do a good job, just not perfect and it's uneven.
I did read a review where someone returned the cover and got a new one and felt it was better, so maybe that's an option, but to be honest, I live in REALITY and understand nothing is going to be 100% perfect. It does the job and does it very well.
I would give it 5 stars if not for the weight, but overall, I'm happy with it. It's an innovative product that's convenient and you have to pay for that convenience.
I will look forward for a better lighted cover.
Another disappointing thing about this cover is the chemical odour, even after several weeks, the smell remains.
How does it work?
Attaching my Kindle was easy. There are some simple easy to follow instructions included (not like the Apple iPhone - I like the iPhone, but instructions are always handy for when you don't read them and then need too to know what to do). The Kindle attaches nicely to two metal clips and is held firmly in position. I was particularly impressed with the quality of the cover and the protection it affords my Kindle. On the inside of the cover is a felted material, which in my opinion protects the Kindle screen and isn't as harsh as if Amazon had adopted for a leather finish on the inside.
In your hands?
Light, positive and comfortable. Although the cover weighs something (don't know what) it's still light and sits nicely in one or two hands. With the cover attached it still feels like you are just reading a book.
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Well made and durable. It's been across the world with me and kept my old Kindle safe.
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|My cover light went out and I have tried all of the above hints. HELP...||
I have bought 2 of these and the cover begins to slip out of the hooks after a while. I have tried to adjust the hooks to make them fit tighter. It works for a little while but goes back to the same problem. When it becomes really bad, I use the strap to help hold the kindle in place but even... Read More
Aug 13, 2015 by Sharon Manriquez | See all 3 posts
My cover light went out, too. After reading that it might be the kindle instead of the cover, I unhooked the kindle, put it back in & the light is back on. Easy peasy.... no???
Apr 15, 2014 by D Swingle | See all 11 posts
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I would like to know this as well. Thanks!
Jan 21, 2015 by Dee Koobs | See all 2 posts
I had the same problem, but then realized that I hadn't quite pulled the light out all the way. Also, I turned the Kindle off and waited, and then on again. For what it's worth, that might work for you as well.
Oct 10, 2014 by Anne | See all 4 posts
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